To better encourage and facilitate the transfer of Delaware County Community College (DCCC) students to Temple University, Temple and DCCC have established the following transfer agreements:
The Dual Admissions agreement between Temple and Delaware County Community College conditionally admits students to Temple at the same time they are admitted to DCCC, and provides the opportunity for merit scholarships to Temple for eligible students. Interested students must enroll in the Dual Admissions program before attaining 30 credits, including credits from any colleges previously attended. Students are then admitted to Temple upon attaining their associate's degrees at the community college. Click here for more details about Dual Admissions with Delaware County Community College
GenEd-to-GenEd and Core-to-Core Transfer Agreements
GenEd-to-GenEd and Core-to-Core Transfer agreements accept -- upon Temple evaluation and approval -- the general education requirements of approved associate degrees in lieu of Temple's Core or GenEd requirements. Students entering Temple with an approved Associate degree are identified upon admission to or enrollment in the University and their fulfillment of the General Education by a GenEd Transfer Agreement is noted on pertinent student records.
The following Delaware County Community College associate degrees are approved:
GenEd-to-GenEd:This agreement applies to students who first enroll at Temple for or after the fall 2010 semester, having received an Associate degree in one of the following programs at DCCC in or after 1970.
- Administration of Justice A.A. (beginning Fall 2013)
- Business Administration A.S.
- Computer Information Systems A.S. (as revised in 2000)
- Computer Science A.S. (beginning Fall 2013)
- Early Childhood Education A.A. - (beginning Fall 2013)
- Engineering A.S. (as revised in Fall 2007)
- Engineering Technology A.S.
- English A.A.
- Global Studies A.A. (beginning Fall 2012)
- History A.A. (beginning Fall 2013)
- Liberal Arts A.A.
- Mathematics & Natural Science A.S. (beginning Fall 2012)
- Political Science, A.A. (beginning Fall 2021
- Psychology A.S. (beginning Fall 2013)
- Science for Health Professions A.S. (as revised Fall 2012)
- Social Work A.A. (beginning Fall 2013)
- Sociology A.S. (beginning Fall 2013)
The following DCCC associate degrees are approved if an only if the student is certified if and only if the student is certified to Temple’s Associate Vice Provost for Undergraduate Studies by DCCC’s Transfer Office as having taken an equivalent of Temple’s QA-level Math (e.g. DCCC’s MAT 120 or above)
- Behavioral Science A.S. (as revised in the Fall 2013)
- Communication Arts A.A. - (as revised in Fall 2013)
- Education A.A. (as revised in the Fall 2013)
- Human Services A.S. (As revised in the Fall 2013)
Associate in Applied Science degrees are not approved for GenEd-to-GenEd Transfer.
Transfer students should be aware that GenEd-to-GenEd transfer relates only to University General Education requirements. All requirements of Temple’s schools and colleges and major programs of study remain in force.
Core-to-Core: This agreement applies to students who first enroll at Temple for or after Spring 1998 and prior to Fall 2010, having received an Associate degree in one of the following programs at DCCC in or after 1970
- an Associate in Arts (A.A.) in Communication Arts, Education, or Liberal Arts
- an Associate in Science (A.S.) in Behavioral Science, Business Administration, Computer Information Systems (as revised in 2000), or Natural Science
- an Associate in Science (A.S.) in Science for Health Professions or Associate in Science (A.S) in Engineering (as revised in Fall 2005), if and only if the student is certified to Temple’s Assistant Vice Provost for Transfer by DCCC’s Transfer Office as having taken a minimum of five courses in the humanities and/or social sciences
Associate in Applied Science degrees are not approved for Core-to-Core Transfer.
These agreements provide accurate curricular information for prospective transfer students and their academic advisors by lining up associate degree requirements and baccalaureate requirements. The agreements indicate which courses students should take during their associate program in order to be prepared for the Temple baccalaureate program into which they wish to transfer.
Temple and DCCC have entered into the following Program-to-Program agreements:
AS in Business to Bachelor of Business Administration (Core)
AS in Business to Bachelor of Business Administration (GenEd)
(Fall 2010 - Fall 2013) (Spring 2014 -Spring 2016) (Fall 2016 and after)
AS in Human Services to the Bachelor of Social Work - under review
AA Early Childhood/Elementary Education Pre K-4 to BS in Early Childhood-Elementary Education (PreK-4) (Fall 2013-Fall 2016) (Fall 2016 and after) - under review
AAS in Hotel and Restaurant Management to Bachelor of Science in Tourism & Hospitality Management (Fall 2014 and after) - under review
AS in Science for Health Professions to Bachelor of Science in Health Information Management (Effective Fall 2017- Fall 2021)
AS in Science for Health Professions to Bachelor of Science in Health Information Management (Effective Spring 2022)
AS Engineering to Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering (Effective Fall 2018)
AS Engineering to Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering (Effective Fall 2018-Fall 2021)
AS Engineering to Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering (Effective Spring 2022).
AA in Communication Arts: Communication Studies Option to Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies: Communication & Entrepreneurship Track (Effective Fall 2018)
AS in Psychology to Bachelor of Arts in Psychology (Effective Fall 2019-Fall 2021)
AS in Psychology to Bachelor of Arts in Psychology (Effective Spring 2022)
AA in Political Science to Bachelor of Arts in Political Science (Effective Fall 2021)
AS in Business Administration to Bachelor of Science in Tourism and Hospitality Management (Effective Fall 2021)
AS in Business Administration to Bachelor of Science in Sport and Recreation Management (Effective Fall 2021)
Curricular information and program/advising grids from the agreements are included in the above linked documents. The full text of the agreements are on file in the Office of Undergraduate Studies. Programs and requirements are subject to change. Therefore, students should check periodically for updated materials. Students are advised to use these documents with the assistance of an advisor or counselor at Delaware County Community College.
Transfer students interested in other majors at Temple should refer to the current Undergraduate Bulletin for course information and a suggested Semester-by-Semester Plan.
Delaware County Community College
Delaware County Community College Transfer Office